Nowadays, peer pressure among the youth is one of the major causes why we find so many youths anguishing in drug abuse. Teen years is one of the worst age group where peer pressure and social media have much influence on an individual's mindset. People see that when one uses drugs the act looks so cool and they seem to fit in the modern society. However these youths are not aware of the health dangers they are subjecting themselves into later in their lives. They are slowly reducing the lifespan of living a quality life saying that we only live once and nobody will die twice.
Today fans have reacted to one viral video that is going round on social media platforms on a beautiful girl who is being cheered on by friends to smoke Sheesha non stop. The friends are encouraging the girl to continue releasing more puffs in the air. Kenyans have reacted to the video and have warned this smoking is not good for one's health. See screenshots of fans reactions below.
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